CES 2019: Adok is a touchscreen projector that looks like it actually works
ADOK is a battery powered Windows 10 computer with a projector built in.
Project the image onto any flat surface and the projection becomes a ten point multi-touch interface.
ADOK can cast an image up to 38 inches.
As you can see from the video, the touch input is pretty responsive.
Company says it can project an image onto a table, a wall, or even the ground.
Adok imagines a projector device as an office accessory.
The software suite called Adok Aura Pro integrates with your calendar, then incorporates timers and other overlays to help guide your meeting around the touch interface.
Adok also has a voice controled speaker built in.
It runs a voice assistant called Adok.
And [INAUDIBLE] will let you use your voice to do basic commands, launching apps, pretty simple stuff.
A built-in webcam lets it work for conference calls, and the company claims the battery is good for two hours.
Right now [INAUDIBLE] is only available for purchase in Europe, although the company hopes to expand into the US.
It's not the first projector to enable touch input, but overall it appears to work as promised The display is nice and bright.
The keyboard is very responsive.
It tracked my fingers as I was working around in Paint.
It seems like it's actually pretty good.
Aimed primarily for corporate customers, [UNKNOWN] 1990 euro or about $2275 US.
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